Best Walking Tours Near The Garden District

Take a walk around the New Orleans Garden District and learn about the city’s rich history on these impressive tours.


New Orleans Garden District Architecture Tour

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Learn about the many New Orleans architecture styles that make the city unique – including Greek Revival, Italianate, and Victorian styles as well as stunning historic mansions. Your guide will educate you on the history and culture of the area and will also take you to visit the Lafayette Cemetery to learn about the famous above-ground “Cities of the Dead.”

Skeptic’s Ghost Tour of New Orleans

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This haunted history tour allows you to stroll through the French Quarter at sundown while hearing about the city’s strange and spooky stories of the past – along with plenty of facts to back them up! You will even visit the famous La Laurie Mansion (featured in American Horror Story) and a historic bar that is known for its paranormal activity.

French Quarter Food Tour

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This tour is the perfect combination of food, history, and storytelling. As you move from one stop to another, explore the dishes that bring out New Orleans’ food personality while learning about the differences between Creole and Cajun cuisine as well as the city’s most famous restaurants and chefs. You will walk past landmarks like the St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square as you discuss (and maybe even try!) the city’s best foods.

New Orleans Garden District Grandeur

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Explore the New Orleans Garden District during this tour. You will walk along the oak-lines streets and past glorious historical homes and trendy boutiques. Your tour guide will educate you on the rich history of the neighborhood ranging from Civil War sites to the notorious Lafayette Cemetery. You will even learn about the top go-to spots according to the locals.

French Quarter Stroll

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Enjoy a relaxing 2-hour walking tour of the French Quarter’s most memorable sites. Learn about the city’s past history and browse the original neighborhood boutiques while also admiring views of the great Mississippi River. You will visit the French Market, the Old Ursuline Convent, and Royal Street just to name a few stops.